Amanda Parker - Ayesha Curry Twin

Amanda Parker is the beautiful woman who looks like Ayesha Curry.  The Shade Room's Instagram post below explains that Parker was fat-shamed by an ignorant Twitter user who called her "AyEatcha Curry." Amanda responded to the user and the post went viral.  Ayesha stepped in, complimenting Parker's beauty.


The Curry family is winning.  2017 has been a great year.  Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors destroyed the Cleveland Cavaliers last night.  The final score was 126 to 91 and Curry dropped 20 points.  We're glad Ayesha stopped commenting on Stephen's games.  She doing a much better job on social media lately.

Amanda Parker Ayesha Curry Twin
Amanda Parker Ayesha Curry Twin

Like the good mother and wife Ayesha is, she's always on her husband's side.  After Golden State lost a few games to the Cavaliers last season, she let her emotions get the best of her and called out the NBA.


We like the Ayesha when she sends tweets like the one above!

TSR STAFF: Talia O. @theclosetratchet on Instagram and @tallyohhh on Twitter _________________________________ #Roommates, are any of you plus size? As a plus size woman myself, I have had my share of fat shaming comments and I haven't always been confident enough to defend myself. I can't say the same for a young lady named Amanda Parker (@amandaparrker). She has recently gone viral after a young man fat-shamed her on Twitter. _________________________________ Since she bares a striking resemblance to #AyeshaCurry, a Twitter user named Christian shared a picture of Amanda and captioned it "AyEatcha Curry." It was only a matter of time before Amanda saw the viral tweet and her response was nothing short of classy. She tweeted back, "Nope. It's actually Amanda Parker. @ me next time" and soon after, she went viral all over again. _________________________________ We asked Amanda how she reacted upon seeing Christian's tweet and she said, "At first I wasn't going to respond, because I want going to give him the attention, but when I saw the retweets I decided -- Read More At TheShadeRoom.com
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Social media is still somewhat new to the world but trolls are quickly learning that being mean won't be tolerated.  The Internet is a resource that can be harmful when used inappropriately.  Think before you send that next tweet.  Treat people how you want to be treated and you'll be fine!



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